wheel-clamp


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wheel-clamp

[ˈwiːlklæmp]
A. Ncepo m
B. VTponer cepo a, inmovilizar con el cepo
I found I'd been wheel-clampedme encontré inmovilizado con el cepo
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To deal with the problem airport security was entitled to tow away or wheel-clamp cars and demand a fee for cost it incurred, he added.
The AA - in a blast at private parking enforcement and wheel-clamp practices.
Since May last year, it has been illegal to wheel-clamp a vehicle parked on private ground and ask for a release fee unless you hold a licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA).
The car was towed away, and two days later he was billed an extra pounds 240 for damage to the wheel-clamp, pounds 190 for further use of the tow-truck and pounds 70 for storage.
One man in his twenties was arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage, trying to remove a wheel-clamp from his car.
BOSSES in Coventry and Warwickshire have been warned over a looming crackdown on wheel-clamp "cowboys".
While the Private Security Industry Act 2001 will make it a criminal offence for an unlicensed clamper to wheel-clamp a vehicle on private property, the removal of vehicles from private land will remain unregulated.